VITAMIN-D

Bridge

2010-02-06

While I appreciate the use of trumpet in a pop song, that seems to be the only interesting thing about this release from Brooklyn-based Vitamin-D. Wielding such instruments as vibraphonette and accordion, Dennis Cronin and company have created surprisingly average pop-rock. Sure, it's pretty and well-produced and there's certainly nothing offensive here; but nothing on "Bridge" makes me want to come back for a second listen. Rebecca Ruth

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